[permaculture] Theory of Everyhting

Mark mpludwig at facstaff.wisc.edu
Thu Aug 29 16:48:23 EDT 2002


At 12:52 PM 8/29/02 -0500, you wrote:
>I said Lespedeza.  Think low-growing species.
>
>Eurphorbia is the weed that comes to mind.
>
>I'll look around the borders and see if any plants
>are still there, otherwise, next opportunity will
>be in 2003.
>
>Steve Diver

I was thinking black medic.
M


>Mark wrote:
>
> > At 09:55 AM 8/29/02 -0500, you wrote:
> > >There is another low-growing plant out there that looks
> > >like a perfect living mulch.  It reminds me of a low-growing
> > >lespedeza or just a local weed of some kind.   Yet, it
> > >senesces in mid-July so it would be geared to early season
> > >crops.
> > >
> > >Hope that helps,
> > >Steve Diver
> > >
> >
> > Let me guess, yellow flowers, prostrate, and trifoliate (clover like 
> leaves)?
> > Mark
> >
> > Mark P. Ludwig
> > Poultry Research Lab
> > University of Wisconsin -Madison
> > 608-262-1730 WK
> > 608-846-7125 HM
>
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Mark P. Ludwig
Poultry Research Lab
University of Wisconsin -Madison
608-262-1730 WK
608-846-7125 HM




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